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Bullard High School students are currently searching for the perfect dress and tuxedo, as the students will make memories and dance the night away at the BHS Panther Band-sponsored 2018 BHS Winter Formal, to be held 8-11 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 13, at the Centaur Arabian Farms, located at 10271 Farm-to-Market Road 2813 in Flint. more
Henry Jackson, Smith County’s Precinct 1 Constable who is currently serving a jail sentence, was suspended from his elected position by a visiting judge in December, while a former Smith County Sheriff’s Office deputy was named as his interim replacement. During a hearing before visiting judge Richard Beacom in Smith County’s 7th District Court on Wednesday, Dec. 13, the decision was made by Beacom to suspend Jackson and appoint Bobby Garmon as the replacement to run the more
A local business owner was indicted by a Smith County Grand Jury in December for allegedly committing a sexual assault on a female under 14 years old. The grand jury returned an indictment on one count of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child against Grant Edward Cook, 56, of Flint, on Thursday, Dec. 7. more
January: The Bullard Area Chamber of Commerce voted in new board members and officers in their 2018 election, including Jay Miller, president; Brandy Baker, vice-president; Tracy Barnes, secretary; Robyn Capps, treasurer; and James Murphy, Laura Jones, and Dr. James Gardner, all as board members. Murphy was also elected 2017 BACC Chairman of the Board. more
With the Christmas season coming and going, gifts have been given and unwrapped. This year, several families in and around the Bullard area received special gifts thanks to the Bullard High School Angel Tree project. “The response by everyone donating to the Angel Tree project this year was very overwhelming,” said Susan Paddack, BHS teacher and Angel Tree organizer. “There were a lot of blessed children through the Angel Tree, who might have not received gifts on Christmas if it wasn’t for this project. I wish I could have seen the kids’ faces on Christmas Day when they unwrapped their gifts. They were blessed, but we were definitely blessed in being able to make someone’s Christmas even more special.” more
East Texas will be one of the stops for a popular collegiate singing organization, as the Texas A&M Cadet Singers, known as “The Voice of Aggieland,” will visit the city of Tyler for an upcoming performance opportunity. According to the group’s website, the performance by the Texas A&M Cadet Singers will be held 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 8, at Marvin United Methodist Church, located at 300 W. Erwin St, in Tyler. more
TxDOT crews are preparing I-20 and other major roadways for winter conditions forecast for the area New Year’s Weekend and into next week. Pre-treating operations using a brine solution began last week, targeting roadways and elevated structures that have the potential to freeze during winter conditions. more
A local man was recently arrested and booked into the Smith County Jail after being wanted by authorities on a revenge porn charge. According to information released by the Smith County Sheriff’s Office, a warrant was issued by the 144th District Court in Tyler and The Honorable Judge Christi Kennedy on Thursday, Dec. 7 for 18-year-old John Kahen Battle, of Jacksonville, wanted for Unlawful Disclosure or Promotion of Intimate Visual Material. more
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar recently announced a temporary tax amnesty program giving certain delinquent taxpayers a chance to make their accounts compliant with state tax law without incurring penalties and interest on tax due. The Texas Tax Amnesty Program will run from Tuesday, May 1 to Friday, June 29, 2018. The program applies to periods prior to Jan. 1, 2018, and only includes liabilities that have not been previously reported to the Comptroller. more
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